- 11 May 21
Sugababes will be releasing a special edition of their debut album 'One Touch' to celebrate their 20th anniversary.
Sugababes are expected to release a special edition of their debut album, One Touch, with the band's original line-up back together for the project.
Set to be released on October 1st, naughties' pop fans will be treated to demos, rarities and remixes from the album by the likes of Blood Orange and Metronomy.
One Touch released when the vocalists were aged just 15-16 and was praised at the time for its blend of pop and R&B and the project's sassy coming-of-age lyrics.
After years of reshuffling the groups' lineup, the original trio is back to revive their debut album, along with some new and exciting surprises.
Mutya Buena, Keisha Buchanan and Siobhan Donaghy reclaimed the group's name in 2019 after previously recording as MKS.
The trio previously teased on The Graham Norton Show in 2019 that they were planning something special for fans to celebrate their 20th anniversary.
Buchanan teased at the time “We’re actually working on music and we plan to put something special together for our fans,”. When asked for specifics, Buena replied “We’re gonna be working on something”.
The trio posted videos on their Instagram yesterday featuring their logo from the original 'One Touch,' album, captioned with emojis resembled the founding members.
The album's debut single 'Overload' launched the naughties' girl group to the top of the UK charts in 2000, peaking at number 6.
Apart from their 2013’s Blood Orange-produced single ‘Flatline' and their cover of Sweet Female Attitude’s ‘Flowers' with DJ Spoony in 2020, this is their first project as a group since their departure from Sugababes in 2009.
Listen to the MNEK remix of 'Run for Cover' below: